What can online Physiotherapy video consultations treat? Post Operative Rehabilitation Back pain Neck Pain Elbow and Forearm Pain Pins and Needles Headache Weakness and Tightness   How do online  Physiotherapy consultations work? Your Physiotherapy consultation process can be completely online. This means that you can be personally assessed and diagnosed via any combination of webforms,…

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How your bum can make your knee sore! By Sarah Forsyth Physiotherapist at GSSC Patellofemoral joint pain (PFJP) is the most common running overuse injury. It is usually identified by pain around the kneecap (patella) at the front of your knee. Known to some people as runner’s knee it is a condition that can be…

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A plyometric exercise is a specialised movement used to create and improve power. Power is when the elements of strength and speed are combined to perform a quick and forceful movement. These movements use the elasticity of muscles to increase the force of the muscles contraction. Plyometric movements are common to a number of sports…

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I am honoured to have been selected to present at the SCA 2018 Sports Chiropractic Symposium in the Gold Coast in April. The presentation will be offered through the masterclass stream (for chiropractors who have already completed their post graduate sports chiropractic qualifications). The title of my presentation is “The Gluteal Musculature and its Importance in Injury…

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How did I get into Chiropractic? Well it started back when I was a kid. Growing up I was really close with my grandma, we called her “Noona.” Every holiday I would visit her and my Gramps in South Australia where we would go adventuring and make memories. Soon after I was born Noona was…

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  Chiropractic without the cracks! The NeuroImpulse Protocol is a form of a full body assessment that has a more neurological emphasis. Think of your brain as being like a computer – if you change the input to the computer, that will change the output. It’s the same for your body; if you change the…

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Reading front of pack labels can help people to make healthier choices, if they are easy to understand! Understanding how to read the Nutrition Information Panels (NIP) will help you identify healthy choices that are: Lower in Energy (kJ/Cal) Lower in Saturated & Trans Fats Lower in Sugar Lower in Sodium (salt) Higher in Dietary…

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HOPPING MAD AFTER THE SUMMER HOLIDAYS? For many of you the working year is getting back into full swing and you probably spent a few hot days over the festive season at the beach or local pool in thongs or even barefoot. For the social butterfly’s amongst you it’s time for champagne and high heels…

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Know your limits Wellness is a massive part of an athletes profile. Most professional athletes are often monitored on how they are feeling physically and mentally to allow their coaches to modify training and performance. Have you ever wondered why sometimes when you train or compete you feel really good and then other times you…

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Rowing is a sport which places great strain on an individuals body especially through their spine and shoulders. The constant bending and extending and pushing and pulling of the spine and shoulders during rowing can cause for aching joints and overused muscles. Therefore the importance of postural mechanics, in combination with the hip and shoulder…

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